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Currently the way Backup Accounts are automatically named in RMM Backup & Recovery, it is tedious to figure out which registered account is assigned to which device in the dashboard.
If there is no direct sync of device names to backup account names, a possible workaound would be a user defined field, which we could manually populate with information, such as Client / Site and Device Name.
We would like to see the option to limit bandwidth via the Recovery Console.
The Limit bandwidth option is only available for Backups, so we would like to see this for Restores on the Backup Manager also.
Posted on behalf of Acmeo.
RMM Customers are forced to use long strings of data rather than device names in the Recovery Console, and that becomes unwieldy after awhile.
We would like to see an option to select when a restore runs, instead of manually setting it.
Right now you can only do one time restores which you have to manually start,
or continuous restores which run all the time.
With something like the clienttool but for the recovery console you could run
scripts that add or remove devices or start restores and the like.
Want the option within the recovery console to be able to throttle bandwidth like you can for backup manager
When using the Recovery Console via proxy this currently does not work.
Would like a change that supports use of Recovery Console via proxy.
Some devices in Recovery Console have identical starting names (such as dc01_); this makes it difficult to identify which device is which. Adding a column for the full machine name would help in identifying the device for restore purposes.
The documents restore functionality should be expanded to be able to use the recovery console. Additionally it should allow the restore to take place on to a server OS and workstation OS
We have a lot of clients using both the standalone backup product and the RM based backup solution. Both of these use the Recovery Console but wildly different versions. We would like some continuity between the version to be able to differentiate at a glance what recovery console version is being used. Perhaps them to be branded differently so that the control panel version can show the specific version used (Either ...more »